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WILL DECIDE THE CABIN CASE TODAY. Oakland Form Followers Fare Bettet — Suqar-maid Tardy at the Post. Oakland. Cal.. May SI. — The horse Cabin and jockey Graham will be on trial tomorrow. The stew. mis have deferred action in their respective cases until alter the running of Brannons horse in the second nee, with Sandy up. shall have demon strateii whether Graham was at fault in Cabins two preeediiig suspicious looking defeats. Todays card, from the speculatively inclined racegoers standjioint. was a big improvement over any in tin1 ; ast fortnight. Four favorites managed to reward their backers. Three of them, Andrew B. Cook. Milsliora and Miatya Pride, were regular storm centers of speculation, the ring losses being unusally heavy. Horses of low quality were engaged in the first five races. The concluding affair had a queer look. Jockey Keogh was seemingly unable to get away from the post with Sugarmaid. one of the fastest and truest breakers in local training. The winner maintained a comfortable and apparently unmolested lead from start to finish. Fred Bent, recently claimed by U. Z. De Arman for was resold to his former owner for an advance f . to today. The best card the present equine resources of the track can afford is offered for tomorrow and with such good ones as Harbor, Benvolio. Talamund: Cabin. Andrew Mack. Hugh McGowan: Raleigh, College Widow, Turnaway: Bedford, A. Muskoday, San-fara: St. Francis, Bucolic, Royal Rogue: Security, ■the! Day and Princess Tnania likely to start high ■ lass racing seems assured. H. Forsland.